Our 15 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2015

Fall-Books

Some will argue that the best time to read is in the summer. You can lay in the grass, lounge on a hammock, perch on a beach chair with the waves lapping at your feet, or just sit in front of an air-conditioner, the breeze blowing through your hair as you read your favorite new book. I tend to be of a different opinion. The fall and early months of winter are the perfect time to settle in with a new book. The cracking of a fresh spine will echo the crunch of the fallen leaves beneath your feet. The soft glow that your Kindle or nook emits fits right in with the soft haze produced by a string of Christmas lights. I think we can all agree that reading a book while wearing your favorite sweatpants and a cozy sweater is far more enjoyable than a wet bathing suit. Continue reading

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Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in THE NOTEBOOK (Image Credit: New Line Cinema)

Why Do We Do This to Ourselves? 5 Romantic Tearjerkers

Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in THE NOTEBOOK (Image Credit: New Line Cinema)

Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in THE NOTEBOOK (Image Credit: New Line Cinema)

We like films that move us (oh, the feels). For some reason, we particularly like movies that move us to tears – and not glamorous tears, oh no. We like movies that leave us curled up on the couch, crying, with a mountain of tissues on the floor. We like these films so much that they’re usually the ones that we fondly return to year after year. Below, you’ll find some great films to add to your annual cry-fest.

Oh – and if you’re about 10 years behind on your romance movies, it bears mentioning that there are a few spoilers.

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